Founded by Amale Harb in 1996, Ayadina farm began by making and selling their own mouneh products. When the Lebanese economic collapse took place in 2019, Amale decided to close the farm but her son Roy took over and revamped his mother's business, in hopes of filling the gap in the market that was caused by atomically priced imported goods and use locally made alternatives instead. Roy expanded Ayadina's variety, which now includes pickles, herbs, pastes, and spices, available locally and internationally.
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